Professor Bainbridge's Quibble Might Be No Quillet

In this post, UCLA Law School Professor Stephen Bainbridge quibbles my description of Delaware's two-step approach to the special litigation committee defense in derivative suits.  In particular, he points out that Delaware not only adds a second...

Court Orders Discovery In Derivative Action Challenging Racial Diversity

Last year, the City of Pontiac General Employees' Retirement System filed a derivative suit against the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer of Cisco Systems, Inc.  The gist of the complaint was that the "Defendants publicly misrepresented...

Does California Side With Delaware Or New York On Special Litigation Committee Reviews?

As discussed in the two preceding posts, Nevada's Supreme Court last week decided to adopt New York's standard of review of special litigation committee recommendations to dismiss stockholder derivative suits.  In re Dish Network Derivative...

Review Of Special Litigation Committee Recommendations

Yesterday's post limned the Nevada Supreme Court's adoption of New York's Auerbach standard of review for special litigation committee recommendations.  In re Dish Network Derivative Litigation, 133 Nev. Adv. Op. 61 (2017).  The Supreme Court...

Nevada Favors New York Over Delaware Precedent For SLC Review

Nevada law endows a board of directors "full control over the affairs of the corporation".  NRS 78.120(1).  This control is subject only to such limitations as may be provided by NRS chapter 7, or the articles of incorporation of the corporation.  ...

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